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VOLUME 1. WHAT IS ARCHITECTURE? People and Space Natural Environment and Human Environment From Territory to City A Brief History of Urban Planning Building for Beauty Music and Architecture Architecture and the Theory of Proportions Architecture and Anthropomorphism Architecture and Industrial Design Architecture and Decoration Architecture and Nature The Garden Buildings and Typologies Habitations Religious Buildings Public Buildings Military Construction Towers, Skyscrapers, and Lighthouses Collective Architecture Manufacturing Facilities Service Facilities Transportation Infrastructures Commercial Buildings Tombs and Cemeteries Techniques, Materials, and Structures Building with Wood Building with Stone Building with Brick Reinforced Concrete and Prefabricated Buildings Building with Iron, Steel, and Glass Columns and Other Vertical Elements Capitals The Architrave and other Horizontal Elements The Arch Vaults and Ceilings The Dome Facades Doors, Portails, and Porticoes Windows and Stained Glass Plans and Planimetry Styles Antiquity The Architectural Orders Christian and Byzantine Architecture Barbarian Architecture Islamic Architecture Arab-Norman, Moorish, and Mozarabic Architecture Romanesque Architecture Gothic Architecture Chinese Architecture Renaissance Architecture From Mannerism to Baroque From Late Baroque to Rocco Early Indian Architecture Pre-Columbian Architecture Neoclassical Architecture Neo-Gothic, or Gothic Revival Architecture Eclecticism Modernism and Art Nouveau Japanese Architecture Modern Classicism Avant-garde Architecture The Modern Movement The International Style Contemporary Architecture Index VOLUME 2. CIVILIZATIONS, ARCHITECTURAL ACHIEVEMENTS, OUTSTANDING FIGURES Neolithic Populations and Ethnographic Cultures The Egyptians The Pyramids The Civilizations of the Indus Valley In the Land Between Two Rivers The Peoples of the Iranian Plateau Persepolis Crete and Mycenae The Etruscans The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Greece and Rome: Architecture Compared The Acropolis of Athens The Roman Forums Aqueducts The Great Sanctuaries Theaters and Amphitheaters The Pantheon The Mausoleum of Santa Costanza Constantinople Hagia Sophia Theodoric's Mausoleum The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem Rock-Cut Architecture The Palatine Chapel at Aquisgrana The Umayyad Castles Angkor Borobudur Khajuraho Hildesheim Cluny and Cîteaux Fontenay Durham Modena Pisa Arles Cônques St. Mark's Basilica Monreale Santiago de Compostela Chartres Benedetto Antelami Villard de Honnecourt The Duomo of Siena and the Duomo of Orvieto Todi Bruges Canterbury Lubeck Arnolfo di Cambio and Giotto The Parler Family The Alhambra Peking and the Forbidden City Filippo Brunelleschi Palazzo Ducale in Urbino Leon Battista Alberti Donato Bramante Raphael Michelangelo Buonarroti St. Peter's Basilica Olmecs, Toltecs, Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas Andrea Palladio Gianlorenzo Bernini Francesco Borromini The Royal Palace of Versailles The Taj Mahal Christopher Wren Johann Balthasar Neumann Thomas Jefferson Etienne-Louis Boullee and Claude-Nicolas Ledoux Giacomo Quarenghi Giuseppe Valadier John Nash Giuseppe Sacconi and the Vittoriano Eugene-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc The Houses of Parliament Gustave Eiffel Charles Rennie Mackintosh Antoni Gaudi Antonio Sant'Elia Louis Henry Sullivan Frank Lloyd Wright The Katsura Imperial Villa Marcello Piacentini Le Corbusier Walter Gropius Ludwig Miles van der Rohe Alvar Aalto Brasilia The Sydney Opera House Kenzo Tange Arata Isozaki The Louvre and Ieoh Ming Pei Robert Venturi Frank Owen Gehry Renzo Piano Santiago Calatrava Index
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